Fundraising is about great ideas and innovative communications strategies and we found Ernesto and Blake’s interviews with communications leaders offer incredible color and fresh insights for charitable organizations looking to adapt to today’s world.
McLean, VA (PRWEB) September 09, 2014
The team behind CharityEngine nonprofit management software announced that they’ve reached a partnership deal with Infamia and Human Factor to sponsor Through The Noise, a business podcast featuring interviews with experts in the area of communications. The weekly web show, hosted by Ernesto Gluecksmann and Blake Athern has a particular focus on nonprofits and fundraising-based communications.
“Fundraising is about great ideas and innovative communications strategies and we found Ernesto and Blake’s interviews with communications leaders offer incredible color and fresh insights for charitable organizations looking to adapt to today’s world,” said Leigh Kessler, VP of Marketing at CharityEngine. “We are incredibly excited to help them build out this concept as sponsor partners and looking forward to helping foster this sort of thought leadership.”
The partnership will officially launch Tuesday, September 16 at the show’s “One-Year Anniversary Party” which will feature many of the show’s past guests.
“We have been blessed to not only have some of the leading communications and nonprofits minds in the DC-area, but that they’ve been so open and engaging in the context of the interviews,” said host Ernesto Gluecksmann who is also the founder of website management consultancy Infamia. “We are thrilled to be able to thank them for being part of the show and celebrate our new sponsorship with CharityEngine in one great night.”
For a full list of previous guests and to listen to the podcast, go to http://www.throughthenoise.us
About BIS Global and CharityEngine®
CharityEngine is a division of BIS Global®, which helps nonprofit and commercial organizations Go Big and Be Great with a fully integrated suite of online tools for customer and donor management, communications, e-commerce and online fundraising, backed by "single-throat-to-choke" support. The Virginia-based cloud applications and hosting firm, has employed their retail and CharityEngine technology for hundreds of organizations including Wounded Warrior Project, Tuesday Morning, Marine Toys for Tots, and Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.